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  • Chris Smith's completely unique view

    What is the Bootstrapper, really

    A look at what the Bootstrapper _really_ is, an unmanaged exe....
  • Antimail

    Humor: Tom Lehrer in The elements

    It's a classic... You might already know it, especially if you love (or hate) chemistry. If not, enjoy!
  • Marley Gray's WebLog

    Hotel Rwanda

    Wow! What a movie. I just watched it @ the Westin in Atlanta. (Wide screen TV with pause, awesome…) This movie is gut checking and makes you both question humanity and love it. I know that BillG has seen it recently (watched it on his recommendation)...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    'twas the night before Code Camp...

    ...and all through the blogosphere... OK, I'm just not poetic enough to carry that one off, so I'll just say, I'm excited and anxious about the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Code Camp , which will kick off at 9am tomorrow morning. I had a chance to sit down...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    How to make the toolbox reappear in the IDE after installing VS 2005 beta 2

    I have heard from a couple of customers who have had problems getting toolbox to appear when trying to use the designers in the IDE in VS 2005 beta 2 . The customers I have helped so far have all had some previous version of VS 2005 (either beta 1 or...
  • XQuery Inside SQL Server 2005

    MSDN Webcast on using XQuery in SQL Server 2005

    Michael Rys (a program manager for XML technologies in SQL Server 2005) recently gave a webcast for MSDN where he covers some of the details of the new native XML data type. He gives details of basic usage, static typing, DML and indexing. Michael also...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    TopoUSA 5.0 Western Edition

    I've been riding a lot of hills recently, getting ready for the 7 Hills of Kirkland on Memorial Day, and I'm getting more used to climbing and less scared of the steeper hills. But I've found that there is a dearth of information about the various...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    iTunes Weirdness

    OK, so I have a smart play list that I call "Random LRP". Basically, it's like the party shuffle, except that it limits itself to songs that I haven't heard in the past two weeks. My library is large enough, that the list is always full at 100 songs....
  • Peter Bernard's MEM Thoughts

    More on Skookum

    Apparently the Skookum CAB works just as well on Pocket PCs - pretty convenient and only $9! (bought mine at Handango) It also seems to be very "forward compatible", if you catch my drift. More about that next week. As for me, I am on a BART train...
  • NETNew WebLog

    Bill Gates BusinessWeek Interviews, Parts 1-2

    Bill Gates 2-part interview on the future of the platform and his thoughts on starting a blog :-) Part 1: Part 2:
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    A boundary full of stuff

    Have you watched the last MSDN TV episode with Richard Turner ? It's a short but instructive view, I suggest you to check it out. During the speech Rich draws a simple picture, which I believe deserves some meditation. Below an approximate reproduction...
  • Eugene Bobukh's Blog

    FullTrust means Full Trust

    The text below is provided "AS IS", without any responsibilities attached to it. It represents author's personal opinion and knowledge, and does not necessarily reflect recommended best practices of Microsoft. Author does not assume any responsibility...
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